Remote research is easier to fit into the participant's day, as there is no need for travel and no cost required to get to the session, which means a broader mix of people can participate. However, there are also constraints when conducting remote research: these could be technical or a higher probability of having to deal with drop-outs, among others.
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are really thorough, and always on top of timings and logistics. We've found the participants
recruited to be great quality and enthusiastic.”